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The Bible tells us to rejoice with those rejoice, and to weep with those who weep.  We live in an imperfect world where abuse does happen.  How can a home recover when it has been harmed by sexual abuse?  Can that home become a happy home despite the trauma?

Today’s guest, author Mary DeMuth is here to share her own personal story of abuse and to help church leaders respond in love to the hurting.  You are going to love this insightful and hope-filled conversation that addresses things like:

  • How can you equip your kids to identify predators and avoid them?
  • How can we respond to those who have been abused?
  • Why must the broken pursue healing (and is it really available)?

You’ll hear how Jesus really can change everything.

Mary DeMuth has a new book, We Too: How the Church Can Respond Redemptively to the Sexual Abuse Crisis to help us respond biblically to the #MeToo Movement.  Mary is an author, speaker and podcaster who is passionate about helping you live a re-storied life. A survivor of neglect and sexual abuse, Mary was gloriously rescued by Jesus when she was 15. She has spent her life healing from trauma so she can help others not feel so alone. She is the wife of Patrick and mom of three adult children. For more information and her free resource “21 Days to Healing Journey”, visit www.wetoo.org.


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